Signed by Green Bay as a non-drafted free agent on May 8, 2015…A three-year letterman, he played in 37 games with 25 starts during his time at Old Dominion...Finished his career with 160 receptions for 2,338 yards (14.6 avg.) and 25 TDs, ranking No. 2 in receiving yards and No. 3 in receptions in school history…Started all 12 games as a junior in 2013, recording the second-most receptions (68) in a single season and posting just the second 1,000-yard season (1,020 yards) by an ODU receiver…Caught eight passes for 92 yards (11.5 avg.) at East Carolina (Aug. 31)…Grabbed seven balls for 96 yards (13.7 avg.), all in the first half, at Maryland (Sept. 7)…Helped the Monarchs score a school-record 76 points with 69 yards and two TDs on three receptions (23.0 avg.) vs. Howard (Sept. 14)…Hauled in a 70-yard TD pass with 3:36 to go in the fourth quarter to help clinch a 59-58 win vs. The Citadel (Sept. 21)…Scored for the third consecutive game, finishing with 88 yards and a TD on five receptions (17.6 avg.) vs. Albany (Sept. 28)…Registered a career-high nine receptions for 83 yards (9.2 avg.) at Pittsburgh (Oct. 19)…Caught two TD passes, including a 2-yard score to tie the game with 3:38 remaining in regulation, and totaled five receptions for 54 yards (10.8 avg.) in a 27-24 win at Norfolk State (Oct. 26)…Tallied 70 yards and two TDs on six receptions (11.6 avg.) vs. Rhode Island (Nov. 2)…Led the Monarchs offense with eight catches for 86 yards (10.8 avg.) in a 59-38 win at Idaho (Nov. 9), the program’s first win vs. an FBS opponent in school history…Posted the fourth-most receiving yards (156) in school history and a TD on six receptions (26.0 avg.) vs. Campbell (Nov. 16)…Appeared in 12 games with six starts as a sophomore in 2012, recording 55 receptions for 830 yards (15.1 avg.) and seven TDs…Caught four passes for 63 yards (15.6 avg.) and a score at Hampton (Sept. 8)…Tallied 68 yards and a TD on two receptions (34.0 avg.) vs. Campbell (Sept. 15)…Posted five catches for 44 yards (8.8 avg.), helping QB Taylor Heinicke throw for a then-Division I record 730 yards vs. New Hampshire (Sept. 22)…Caught six balls for 96 yards (16.0 avg.), including a 46-yard reception, at Richmond (Sept. 29)…Notched six receptions for 92 yards (15.3 avg.) and a TD at Georgia State (Nov. 3)…Caught a 17-yard TD pass down the seam in the third quarter that gave the Monarchs their first lead of the game in a 38-28 win at James Madison (Nov. 17)…Posted a season-high 154 yards on six receptions (25.7 avg.) and a career-best three TDs, including a 73-yard TD catch on the first play of the fourth quarter, vs. Coastal Carolina (Dec. 1)…Snagged a season-high seven passes for 83 yards (11.9 avg.) in the season finale vs. Georgia Southern (Dec. 8)…Played in all 13 games as a redshirt freshman in 2011, making seven starts and recording 37 catches for 488 yards (13.2 avg.) and nine TDs…Scored his first collegiate TD on a 19-yard pass in the second quarter vs. Massachusetts (Oct. 1) and later caught his second TD on a 38-yard pass in the fourth quarter…Again recorded two TDs the following week at Rhode Island (Oct. 8), reaching the end zone on both of his receptions…Tallied season highs in receptions (six) and yards (94) vs. James Madison (Oct. 29), recording his third game with two touchdown receptions…Scored the fifth-fastest TD in ODU history with 12:47 left in the first quarter vs. Richmond (Nov. 5)…Notched three receptions and a TD in consecutive weeks to close out the season vs. Norfolk State (Nov. 26) and at Georgia Southern (Dec. 3)…Redshirted in 2010…Earned his degree in sports management…Played WR, DB, KR and PR at Ballou High School in Washington, D.C., and earned second-team all-metropolitan and all-district DCIAA East Offense after catching 32 passes for 475 yards (14.8 avg.) as a senior in 2009…Also carried the ball 22 times for 317 yards (14.4 avg.)…Lettered two years in track, participating in the 100 meters, 200 meters, 4x100, 4x200 and high jump…Participated in Relay For Life and events with Special Olympics throughout college…Last name is pronounced pin-KARD…Single, lives in Washington, D.C. …Given name Larry Pinkard; born in Washington, D.C.